Arthur Conan Doyle
Sherlock Holmes disappeared in Switzerland in 1891 while working on a dangerous case. Everyone thought he was dead, but he's back with his friend, Dr. Watson, to solve three of his most interesting cases.
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Edgar Allan Poe
This collection brings together some of the best examples of late nineteenth and early twentieth-century short stories. Some of the stories are funny and others are more serious. All of them are highly enjoyable.
The famous Canterville Ghost haunts an old house, but the ghost becomes unhappy when the new owners play tricks on him! In the other stories, we meet Lord Arthur Savile, who has to murder someone before he can get married, and we discover the secret life of beautiful Lady Alroy.
The Doctor and his companion, Clara, are on the most beautiful train in history, speeding past the stars of the future. But something terrible is killing the passengers. After you see the mummy, you only have 66 seconds. Then you die. Start the clock!
One hot summer day, Alice sees a white rabbit and follows it, arriving in Wonderland. A classic tale and a wonderful story.
Hamlet is the Prince of Denmark. His heart is filled with sadness and pain. The new king, Claudius, murdered Hamlet's father and married the prince's mother. Will Hamlet be strong enough to take revenge? Is he mad? Or does he have a secret plan ?
Herbert George Wells
One summer night, a strange cylinder falls to Earth. Few people are interested at first, but then the end of the cylinder unscrews and a strange, grey creature emerges. Can anything be done to stop this invasion?
When Peter Quill finds the Orb, he doesn't know that it is a stone with unimaginable power that everyone is looking for. Soon he is being chased by outlaws and aliens. Will he win this fight?
Three authors, three stories, three ghosts. Written in the nineteenth century, these three chilling ghost stories are guaranteed to send shivers down your spine.